Los Angeles Has Never Seen a Meditation Studio Like This

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The age old practice of meditation is finding its way to Los Angeles, with the modern individual in mind. The DEN Meditation, situated within the busy street of La Brea Avenue, offers a comfortable and inviting retreat for those interested in finding balance and serenity through meditation, both novice and seasoned meditators alike.

The Den Meditation Grand Opening

Tal Rabinowitz, Owner of The DEN Meditation

I want you to have balance in your life... to learn how to center yourself while still getting stuff done. I don't want to pretend the real world doesn't exist.

As a former television executive, owner Tal Rabinowitz knows how stressful life can be. With a hectic schedule, a demanding job, and no time to decompress, Rabinowitz found herself drawn to a casual meditation class while working at NBC Entertainment. From there, she dedicated herself to meditation for its impact on her life, implementing a 20-minute-per-day meditation practice with her team. After her tenure at NBC, she wanted to share the benefits of meditation with everyone, and thus, The DEN Meditation was conceptualized. "The void for me was, where can I go to drink a cup of tea, get my work done, and take a meditation class? I want you to have balance in your life... to learn how to center yourself while still getting stuff done. I don't want to pretend the real world doesn't exist," says Rabinowitz.

The DEN Meditation welcomed attendees at its grand opening event on Sunday, January 31st, 2016. With over 100 people in attendance, including celebrities as Kate Walsh (Grey's Anatomy, Private Practice), Anna Kendrick (Pitch Perfect), Amanda Seyfried (Mean Girls, Mamma Mia!) and Krysten Ritter (Jessica Jones), the event was warmly greeted by the local neighborhood, landing a feature article on one of Los Angeles's most well-known lifestyle and travel blogs, Racked LA. "If you're looking for a place to recharge your mind, body, and soul that also understands your busy schedule, meet The DEN Meditation," writes columnist Natalie Alcala. The praise for The DEN Meditation continued with an op-ed piece published on the Huffington Post, with notable content contributor Ira Israel raving, “There's an overwhelming sense of community and comfort. It's a safe space where people can take a meditation class and then sit in the common area to hang out, chat, drink tea, write screenplays, answer emails or unwind with a glass of wine. If that's not heaven, then I don't know what is.” The DEN Meditation was also successful in introducing itself to the health and wellness world with recognition from the popular online publication, Well and Good. Writer Erin Magner highlights that, at The DEN Meditation, "...you might just have the most comprehensive meditation program east of the 405."

Dedicated to allowing meditation become a part of your life at any time of the day, The DEN Meditation offers unique classes during many time slots in a "drop-in" fashion. These classes include “#DENExpress,” a 20-minute session aimed at those looking to relax within a short time; “AM Energizer,” for individuals who like to get centered before their day starts; “Lunchtime Detox,” for a quick 30-minute midday session; and “Candlelight Relax,” to wrap up your evening with the 45-minute session and cover all of the bases.

As an added value, The DEN Meditation offers a 2-week unlimited pass for $30 to first-time visitors. To learn more about The DEN Meditation and to view their full schedule of classes, visit http://www.denmeditation.com.

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